How to use the browser
The family tree browser shows a single family at a time. If you click on
the name of a parent in the tree, that parent becomes a child in the next tree.
Their parents are shown on the left of the page, with the father on the left.
The mother is next, and then any other spouses of the father are shown across
the page, in chronological order (where this is known). Their immediate
siblings are shown alongside them in a tree form. Half-siblings are not
If you click on the name of a child on the tree, then they become the parent in
the next tree displayed. They are shown on the left of the page, with
their spouses shown across the page in chronological order. The children
of the first spouse are shown.
If you click on the box for any individual on the page (but not on their name,
since this is a link) then the information box below the tree displays all the
information known about that individual.
If the double-line link between spouses is shaded, you can click that shaded
portion to show the children of that marriage.
There are a few "gotchas" to be aware of where there are multiple spouses
involved. If you click a parent, then you will be shown a tree with that
individual as a child, and with their father and mother on the top left of the
tree. All the father's other wives are shown, as described above. If
you now click the father, to get his parents, and then click him again, you get
back to a different tree from the one you left - the father will have his wives
in chronological order, so the person you originally clicked won't be shown -
you will have to click the shaded "marriage" link to the mother to get that
To begin your search, use the drop-down boxes below
to select the person whose family you wish to view.